Silver handmade jewelry by a former science teacher. Her designs are inspired by the natural world and created using the science of metallurgy.
Sharon took a metal smithing class to relieve stress and fell in love with manipulating metal to create works of art. She calls on her years of teaching science to middle-schoolers in her metal smithing -- the melting points of metals, the chemistry of color changes and the exchange of electrons in gold and silver. Many of her designs are inspired by nature.
Now retired from teaching, she devotes full time to her jewelry making business, which she calls Frog Hollow Creations. She has traveled the country to study with nationally known artists such as Valentin Yotkov, Cynthia Eid and Ann Hollerbach. She is one of the few artists in the area to work with corrugating silver and to practice the ancient art of chasing and repousse.
Sharon is a juried member of the Louisville Artisans Guild, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and Kentucky Crafted.